Results from Super-Kamiokande and an Introduction to K2K

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Title Slide

The Super-Kamiokande Collaboration

The K2K Collaboration

The Water Cerenkov Technique

The Inner Detector

The Outer Detector

P --> e(+) & Pi(0)

P --> neutrino & K(+), “Classical Analyses”

16O --> 15N* + Neutrino & K(+), K(+) --> mu + nu

P --> neutrino & K(+) Summary

Nucleon Decay Summary

Atmospheric Neutrinos

Atmospheric Neutrino Interaction

Geomagnetic (East/West) Effect

Global Oscillation Fit

Global best-fit

Test of Exotic Oscillations

nu-mu <---> nu-tau or nu-mu <---> nu-s ?

nu-mu <---> nu-tau or nu-mu <---> nu-s Results

3-component oscillation

The K2K Experiment

Near Detectors

K2K Neutrino Spectrum at SuperK

Timing of Super K Events

Composite SK Event Display

K2K Sensitivity

Author: Dave Casper